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April 9th, 2007
Time to get serious about science
It would be forgivable to feel that science, technology and engineering have reached their zenith in the UK. Record spending has seen the science budget double over the last few years.
Universities that have been given support for new buildings, equipment and research are carrying out important work on gene therapy, nanotechnology, stem cells, agriculture, space and the crucial science of climate change.
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